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Who Do You Think You Are Anyway?

by Robert A. Rohm

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    Dressing Your Truth, Discover Your Type of Beauty by Carol Tuttle (readerlibrary)
    readerlibrary: I recommend Caygill's "Color: The Essence of You" and Angela Wright's "The Beginner's Guide to Colour Psychology" over "Dressing Your Truth" or "It's Just My Nature." Both are similar to Tuttle's books, but Caygill and Wright's books win out over Tuttle's books because they have much more style and color content. For 4 Temperament personality type theory information only, I recommend Robert Rohm's "Who Do You Think You Are Anyway?" over "Dressing Your Truth" or "It's Just My Nature." It is similar to Tuttle's books, but Rohm's book wins out over Tuttle's because his book has more personality content; also because he is a PhD-level human behavior expert, whereas Tuttle is an unlicensed EFT Tapping practitioner. (Tuttle is not a psychotherapist even though some websites read "Utah psychotherapist.") Examples of similarities between "Color, The Essence of You" &"It's Just My Nature": Caygill Spring: "The face is generally rounded--rounded cheeks, eye, nose, chin---or it may be heart shaped with pointed chin...dimples." Tuttle Type 1: "Face shape: circular or heart shaped." "Cheeks: circles...dimples" "Nose: circle shape." Caygill Summer: "the Summer line... is the S-curve" "cameos" Tuttle Type 2: "shapes....elongated S curves" "cameo-quality" Caygill Summer: "her walk graceful" "with a fluid motion" Tuttle Type 2: "graceful...fluid flowing movement" Caygill Summer: "meticulous attention to detail" Tuttle Type 2: "meticulous nature and attention to detail" Caygill Autumn on keyword list: "Resplendent" "Dashing" "Gypsy-like" Tuttle Type 3 on keyword list: "Resplendent" "Dashing" "Gypsy-like" Examples from "Who Do You Think You Are, Anyway? & "It's Just My Nature": Rohm Type S: "Slow down--help me!" "thinks and considers at a slower pace" Tuttle Type 2:"You may require others to slow down" "your thoughts are slower" Rohm Type S: "Do not be pushy." "Don't put them in a corner, they will crumble." Tuttle Type 2: "Don't get pushy...They will retreat." Rohm Type S: "allow them to ask questions" Tuttle Type 2: "Allow them to ask questions." The quote "Ready--Fire--Aim!" in "It's Just My Nature" also appears in Rohm's "Positive Personality Profiles: Discover Personality Insights to Understand Yourself and Others"… (more)
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    It's Just My Nature! by Carol Tuttle (readerlibrary)
    readerlibrary: I recommend Caygill's "Color: The Essence of You" and Angela Wright's "The Beginner's Guide to Colour Psychology" over "Dressing Your Truth" or "It's Just My Nature." Both are similar to Tuttle's books, but Caygill and Wright's books win out over Tuttle's books because they have much more style and color content. For 4 Temperament personality type theory information only, I recommend Robert Rohm's "Who Do You Think You Are Anyway?" over "Dressing Your Truth" or "It's Just My Nature." It is similar to Tuttle's books, but Rohm's book wins out over Tuttle's because his book has more personality content; also because he is a PhD-level human behavior expert, whereas Tuttle is an EFT Tapping expert. (Tuttle is not a psychotherapist even though some websites read "Utah psychotherapist.") Examples of similarities between "Color, The Essence of You" &"It's Just My Nature": Caygill Spring: "The face is generally rounded--rounded cheeks, eye, nose, chin---or it may be heart shaped with pointed chin...dimples." Tuttle Type 1: "Face shape: circular or heart shaped." "Cheeks: circles...dimples" "Nose: circle shape." Caygill Summer: "the Summer line... is the S-curve" "cameos" Tuttle Type 2: "shapes....elongated S curves" "cameo-quality" Caygill Summer: "her walk graceful" "with a fluid motion" Tuttle Type 2: "graceful...fluid flowing movement" Caygill Summer: "meticulous attention to detail" Tuttle Type 2: "meticulous nature and attention to detail" Caygill Autumn on keyword list: "Resplendent" "Dashing" "Gypsy-like" Tuttle Type 3 on keyword list: "Resplendent" "Dashing" "Gypsy-like" Examples from "Who Do You Think You Are, Anyway? & "It's Just My Nature": Rohm Type S: "Slow down--help me!" "thinks and considers at a slower pace" Tuttle Type 2:"You may require others to slow down" "your thoughts are slower" Rohm Type S: "Do not be pushy." "Don't put them in a corner, they will crumble." Tuttle Type 2: "Don't get pushy...They will retreat." Rohm Type S: "allow them to ask questions" Tuttle Type 2: "Allow them to ask questions." The quote "Ready--Fire--Aim!" in "It's Just My Nature" also appears in Rohm's "Positive Personality Profiles: Discover Personality Insights to Understand Yourself and Others"… (more)
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"Dr. Rohm teaches you have to become 'people smart' and how to solve the 'relationship puzzles' in your life."--P. [4] of cover.

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